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The most beautiful squares in Czech Republic

The most interesting squares in the Czech Republic

Petr Liška
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The most beautiful squares in Czech Republic
Updated: 27.03.2021

The center of each historic city was and is a square. In its surroundings you will always find the most sights of the city. Let's have a look at the most beautiful squares you will find in the Czech Republic

Old Town Square

The most beautiful square of the world

| Altitude: 192 m / 630 ft

The Old Town Square is considered one of the most beautiful squares in the world. It is surrounded by… continue reading

Square of Zachariáš of Hradec in Telč

Fairytale jewel in Telč

| Altitude: 524 m / 1 719 ft

The square of Zachariáš of Hradec is one of the most impressive squares in the Czech Republic. You will find… continue reading

Přemysl Otakar II Square.

The most beautiful square in southern Bohemia

Altitude: 387 m / 1 270 ft

Přemysl Otakar II Square. is one of the largest squares in the Czech Republic and also one of the most… continue reading

Wallenstein Square in Jičín

The largest square in the Bohemian Paradise

| Altitude: 280 m / 919 ft

The historic center of town Jicin is formed by large (150×90 meters) Wallenstein Square, which is surrounded… continue reading

Masaryk Square in Trebon

The most beautiful square in South Bohemia

| Altitude: 432 m / 1 417 ft

Třeboň Castle is loosely linked to the beautiful Masaryk Square with houses with arcades. The largest… continue reading

Smetana Square in Litomyšl

Elongated square with arcade

| Altitude: 336 m / 1 102 ft

Smetana Square in Litomyšl has a distinctly elongated shape. Similarly as in nearby Svitavy, it was built… continue reading

Upper Square in Olomouc

Majestic center of Olomouc

| Altitude: 220 m / 722 ft

The Upper Square in Olomouc has the world-famous Marian Column of the Holy Trinity, a magnificent town hall,… continue reading

Peace Square in Svitavy

The elongated square in the picturesque town

| Altitude: 441 m / 1 447 ft

Peace Square in Svitavy is one of the longest squares with arcades in the Czech Republic. Rather than a… continue reading

Pernstyn Square in Pardubice

Square in the shadow of a huge city hall

| Altitude: 220 m / 722 ft

Pernštýnské Square in Pardubice is renowned for two interesting sights – a huge town hall and high Green Gate… continue reading

Peace Square in Slavonice

Magic Square

| Altitude: 516 m / 1 693 ft

Peace Square in Slavonice has an interesting shape of elongated triangle. You will find town houses with… continue reading

Hus Square in Nové Město nad Metují

Square next to the castle

| Altitude: 330 m / 1 083 ft

In Nové Město nad Metují you will find a beautiful rectangular square next to the chateau. The houses have… continue reading

Zizkov Square in Tabor

The seat of the Kalisz

Altitude: 454 m / 1 490 ft

In the South Bohemian town of Tábor, built by the Hussites, you will also find a square in the center named… continue reading

Peace Square in Domazlice

Chodské center

Altitude: 432 m / 1 417 ft

The dominant feature of náměstí Míru in Domažlice is the sloping white town tower, which is adjacent to the… continue reading

Peace Square in Klatovy

In the West Bohemian monument zone

Altitude: 417 m / 1 368 ft

Náměstí Míru in Klatovy can be found in the very center of the city. The square is also part of the city's… continue reading

Hradcany Square

Square surrounded by palaces

| Altitude: 261 m / 856 ft

Right opposite Prague Castle is the large Hradčany Square. Thanks to the fact that important aristocratic… continue reading

TGMasaryk Square in Frýdlant

In the northern promontory

Altitude: 296 m / 971 ft

The center of Frýdlant, as the whole area is named after the local castle, is TGMasaryk Square. Its hallmark… continue reading

Jiřího náměstí in Poděbrady

In the spa center

Altitude: 195 m / 640 ft

Jiřího náměstí is the main square of the town of Poděbrady. It is named after the Czech king George of… continue reading

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